Cobra King F6 Fairway Wood
Cobra King F6 Fairway Wood
King F6 Fairway Wood
Front or Back Adjustable CG Technology
A moveable weight piece allows you to choose between two discrete settings (Front CG or Back CG) to maximize distance and driving performance. The front CG weight position delivers a penetrating ball flight with more roll to maximize distance, while the back CG weight position delivers a towering ball flight with more carry.
Speed Channel Face
Speed Channel® is an exclusive COBRA innovation. An engineered trench around the perimeter of the face minimizes thickness and increases ball speeds across the face for incredible distance.
MyFly8® Technology with SmartPad®
Eight adjustable loft settings to maximize distance and manage trajectory for any course condition and any swing.
Standard Shaft: Matrix Red Tie 60Q4
Standard Grip: Lamkin R.E.L. 360
Cobra King F6 Fairway Wood Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
The King F6 is Cobra’s first fairway wood to offer front and back CG adjustment settings. If you want a more penetrating ball flight and roll out, adjusting the weight to the front position will be the ticket. The back or rear position will produce a much higher, more towering shot flight with more forgiveness, much like the driver. The Speed Channel around the perimeter of the face minimizes thickness and increases ball speeds across the entire face for greater distance. The MyFly with Smartpad allows you to dial in the loft that fits your needs or changing needs.
Who's It For?
The King F6 is a fairway wood that all players can use. Most players want forgiveness and higher launch angles from their fairways and will find those characteristics when the weight is in a rear position. Those who tend to hit the ball high already will enjoy having the weight in the forward position reducing the height of the ball flight and increase roll out.
The King F6 offers players a very simple, clean, neutral-shaped fairway wood with a classic look at address. The slight curves to the face and sole increase forgiveness on mishits and from tougher lies. I tested this head with the weight in the rear position and did not see any ballooning or high spin. Some players might have an issue elevating the head in the lower settings with the weight moved forward. The club has more of a click feel to it than the muted sound of the F6 driver. Offered in two colorways, a black or blue crown with a Black face and Sole. Both look really good, but I prefer the Black head.
Club Tested: 3-4 Wood; Shaft: Matrix Red Tie 65Q4; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 14.5°; Weight: Rear PositionRead the 2016 Fairway Woods Guide